CRTC OKs New Calgary FM Frequency Change
August 13, 2007 at 10:33 AM (PT)
The CRTC has approved technical changes that will allow RAWLCO to move its new Folk/Acoustic FM in CALGARY from 19,000 watts at 100.3 FM to 100,000 watts at 97.7 FM. The move involves the frequency change of CAB-K's Country CKLJ/OLDS, AB (north of CALGARY, south of RED DEER) from 97.7 to 96.5 FM (increasing from 13,000 to 35,000 watts) after a three-month simulcast at both frequencies.
The CRTC has also approved the transfer of Ethnic CKJS-A/WINNIPEG from CKJS LTD. to NEWCAP in a corporate reorganization that moved CKJS LTD. from a separate entity into NEWCAP RADIO MANITOBA. The station broadcasts in 19 different languages at 810 AM.